Corruption and Primitive Wealth Accumulation

How can one explain the sheer wickedness of some Nigerians and the hardship and sufferings they are inflicting on their fellow citizens. Public service is supposed to be a call to duty for individuals to serve their fellow citizens, but some Nigerians have turned it into an avenue for primitive wealth accumulation. Primitive wealth accumulation …

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Twin Tragedy in Kaduna State

There is a twin tragedy going on in Kaduna state of Nigeria. The first is the ongoing on and off slaughter of the Shiites and killing of southern Kaduna Christians. The Shiites are non-Sunni Muslim. Both sects believes that Mohammed who founded Islamic religion in the seventh century is the true prophet of God. So, …

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MMM Ponzi Scheme and Government Failure

The basic function of government is to protect their citizens against imaginable scams from bad elements. In the mist of the present near economic collapse of Nigeria due to years of bad leadership, wanton looting of the treasury at all levels of government, and sharp drop in oil price, ordinary Nigerians are looking for a …

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Non-confirmation of Ibrahim Magu as EFCC Chairman

The charade that took place at the Nigerian senate few days ago, regarding Ibrahim Magu confirmation as Chairman of Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) is another indication of how low the National Assembly has sunk. It has been clear for couple of months now that the senate has no intention of confirming Ibrahim Magu …

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What Nigerians Should Expect from President Trump

Nigeria have had tremendous goodwill and presence in western Europe and United States since restoration of democracy in 1999. Successive United States presidents and western European leaders have accorded Nigerian presidents audience in the White House and same with other western European leaders in their capitals. Former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo secured debt forgiveness from …

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